As the Rajasthan government has given permission to open schools, colleges and coaching centers, offline classes at Motion Education (Kota) resumed on Wednesday, 01 September. The very first day after a four months-long hiatus was full of learning spirit and enthusiasm. More than 1400 students (almost 25% of total strength), all with either vaccination certificate or COVID negative report were allowed to enter into the premises. Besides, with 50 per cent occupancy at maximum, face masks were mandatory for students as well as teachers. Though the footfall was beyond expectations, management was well-prepared for safe and smooth functioning.
The entire staff of Motion Education is fully vaccinated. And, for the safety of the students all SOPs and health safety measures were strictly implemented by the coaching administration with the support of teachers and students. Social distancing is maintained in the already sterilised classrooms.
On resuming offline classes at Motion Education, Nitin Vijay (Founder & Director) said, “Motion Education has made elaborate arrangements keeping in mind the guidelines issued by the government for the health and safety of the students. Out of the total of 6000 students (approx.), more than 1400 were present on day one, and by the end of the week, the inflow is expected to increase by 50-60 per cent. As education is our vital need, it cannot be neglected even in the toughest times. So, we decided to call them back to classrooms with utmost safety and precautions.”
“The kind of environment we experience at the campus is not possible at home due to various socioeconomic barriers. Here, I can go to the teacher’s cabin and clear my doubts even after the class,” said Harshita Singh, a student of JEE Division.
Motion Education is a leading educational institution in India known for preparing students for JEE, NEET, NTSE, KVPY, Olympiads and other competitive exams. Apart from Kota, it has centres in 45 cities of India.